COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs will reopen on Saturday, five days after a hail storm that killed four animals and left more than a dozen people injured.

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The zoo announced on Wednesday that the number of animals killed on Monday when the severe storm passed through has grown to four.

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The following animals were killed:

– Cape vulture
– Duck
– Peacock

A meerkat pup is also assumed to be dead.

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The storm left more than 200 vehicles in the zoo’s parking lot dented and with windshields broken. More than 100 of those vehicles still remain there.

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The zoo is giving all of those vehicle owners until next Tuesday morning to get them out before they tow them away.

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Among those who were by the hail were three zoo employees.

The zoo has set up a “Zoo Clean-Up & Relief” fund for those who would like to donate to help.